Welcome Router Enthusiasts,
Today we have have a series of threads that discuss CNC Routing, Small Workshop advice and another step-by-step project! These highlights are just a small portion of the ongoing discussions on Router Forums that we hope you will enjoy. Come join us and become a part of the many on-going discussions about the router and woodworking!
Step-by-step Cupboard build
Learn from Rob as he takes us through his process of building a Shaker style step-back cupboard. Lots of great images and information to learn from!
Click below to see the discussion: http://www.routerforums.com/project-...ard-build.html
Join in the on-going discussion on CNC routing and share some information your CNC projects and CNC routers!
Click below to see the discussion: http://www.routerforums.com/cnc-rout...rs-here-6.html
Small Workshop Advice
The members held a discussion on the best tools to outfit a small workshop. If you're limited on space with your shop, view the below link for some ideas on how to maximize the space you have!
Click below to see the discussion: http://www.routerforums.com/tools-wo...ce-needed.html
2010 Forum Contributor Vote
Stop by the below thread and submit your vote for who should be the 2010 forum contributor!
--Few Posts from Rick's Forum--
Do I cut in One Pass or Not...
Well today's question is a raised panel question and is directed towards making the raised panel in one cut or should I make a series of smaller cuts. This is a good question and one that needs some discussion.
Click below to see the discussion: http://www.routerforums.com/router-t...-pass-not.html
My first Jig...
This is my first jig in a series of many jigs and fixtures that have been featured on the Router Workshop video series. This jig is designed to cut out the leg feature in each of the gable ends for a footstool. Let's take a look at the features.
Click below to see the discussion: http://www.routerforums.com/router-t...first-jig.html
Router Bits, so how do you decide?
The most popular router bit on the market is a "1/4" Round over bit". (Note: From a survey of a long list of Router users.) When buying router bits the only way to tell a good or bad bit is by looking at the characteristics of the router bit. And as always not all router bits are created equally so when looking for your next 1/4" round over bit look for the following.
Click below to see the discussion: http://www.routerforums.com/router-t...ou-decide.html